A natural and predictable way to regenerate bone, particulates are options for ridge augmentation, extraction sockets, and sinus augmentation. Bone particulates are ground and sifted to specification during our manufacturing process.
Corticocancellous comes from sections of the illium which are ground into several particulate sizes. The blend of cortical and cancellous that results from this process gives this product the structure of cortical, with the open scaffolding for bone to grow into offered by cancellous.
Maxxeus Dental Xenograft Particulates are a natural hydroxyapatite bone grafting material. The highly purified osteoconductive material is produced from natural bone through a multi-step purification process. Due to its natural origin, it is chemically as well as structurally, comparable to mineralized human bone (nanocrystalline natural apatite).
Demineralized bone matrix (DBM) contains a variety of biologically active bone morphogenic proteins (BMPs), which are among the osteoinductive components of bone. More than 20 BMPs have so far been identified in human allograft bone tissue. A validated in vitro osteoinductive assay using ELISA BMP 2 concentration measurement method is used to verify BMP is present in our final DBM product.
Natural biocompatible resorbable membranes have excellent handling and protective capabilities. Membranes inhibit epithelial down growth and infiltration of connective tissue fiberblasts. Barrier grafts conform to the graft site without memory.
Laminar bone membranes are made from thin sheets of cortical bone which has been processed to be flexible without breaking, while still supporting weight. These allografts are perfect for procedures where a membrane with rigidity is required, in order to maintain space and allow healing of a larger defect. Grafts are packaged in saline and do not require reconstitution before use.
Platform grafts are instrumental in bone volume regeneration for severe bone atrophy cases that require an increase in initial stability for an implant site.
100% resorbable cortical bone allograft negates the need for removing a screw after healing, minimizing creation of a site defect. Cortical Pins naturally maintain space and provide stability during the initial healing phase. Pins prevent collapse of a membrane or gingival tissue. Cortical Pins are never freeze dried, maximizing structural integrity.